You should have gotten an email with a link to your House’s spreadsheet  for this month.
To receive credit:
  1. Choose four hour’s worth of the below material.
  2. Put at least 12 pearls/pro-tips/factoids you learned into your House spreadsheet.
Due By: 04/29/18
Remember that your entries will be used for the competition questions, so make sure you know things the other House’s don’t!
  • Resources are sorted based on Tintinalli chapters then from shortest to longest credit. (AKA most ADD-friendly to least ADD-friendly!).
  • Times are derived from estimated reading/listening/viewing times rounded slightly upwards on average to account for comprehension time.
  • 🔊-Podcast        🗞-Blog        📽-Video       📑-Textbook

 

Managing Headaches (Without the Headache)

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1.📽 (10 Minutes): Anatomy for Emergency Medicine: “CSF Circulation” Website. and iTunes.
  • What you need to know about the ventricles of the brain and everything that can go wrong with them!

 

2. 🗞 (10 Minutes): ALiEM: “Trick of the Trade: Sphenopalatine Ganglion Block for Treatment of Primary Headaches ” Website
  • Want another nifty trick to add to your toolbox for migraines?

 

3. 🗞 (15 Minutes): Rebel EM: “Post Lumbar Puncture Headaches” Website
  • You nailed the LP, champagne all around! But now your patient is complaining about a really bad headache. What next?

 

4.📽 (15 Minutes): Anatomy for Emergency Medicine: “Cavernous Sinus” Website. and iTunes.
  • What is the actual clinical significance of the “cavernous sinus” and what do you need to be aware of?

 

5. 🗞 (20 Minutes): EMDocs: “EMDocs Cases: Headache Management in the ED” Website
  • Like a good bar-tender, every EM Doc has their own headache cocktail. Which ingredients have evidence for them?

 

6. 🗞 (20 Minutes): CoreEM: “Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension” Website
  • What to do when you suspect that headache might be something more…

 

7. 🗞 (20 Minutes): EMDocs: “Central Venous Thrombosis: Pearls and Pitfalls” Website
  • So many headaches are just headaches….but some are dangerous. Be ready to make sure they don’t sneak by you.

 

8. 🔊 (30 Minutes): The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine: “Pins and Needles: Acupuncture for Migraine Prophylaxis” Website and iTunes.
  • Spoiler: This probably won’t change your practice and make you go buy some needles, but the podcast does a great job of walking you through how to analyze the literature critically.

 

9. 🔊 (35 Minutes): CrackCast: “Headache Disorders” Website. and iTunes.
  • Save yourself a headache with this guided review of Rosen’s.

 

10. 🔊 (40 Minutes): EMRAP: “C3- Headache” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • The C3 series over at EMRAP is kind of my new favorite series. Let their team walk you through workup and management of headaches with patient cases.

 

11. 🔊 (50 Minutes): EMBasic: “Headache” Website. and iTunes.
  • Good ‘ol EMBasic is there for you and your headache core content.

 

12: 📑 ( 60 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 164 “Neurologic Exam”. (8th Edition: Pages 1125-1130)

 

13: 📑 ( 70 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 165 “Headache”. (8th Edition: Pages 1131-1137)

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SAH and IPH

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14. 🗞 (10 Minutes): CoreEM: “Intensive Blood Pressure Lowering in Intracerebral Hemorrhage (ATACH-2 Trial)” Website
  • Does getting aggressive about blood pressure control make a difference in head bleeds?

 

15. 🗞 (10 Minutes): CoreEM: “False Negative Non-Con Head CT in SAH” Website
  • That head CT within 6 hours of HA onset is negative, are you done searching for SAH or do you need an LP?

 

16. 🗞 (10 Minutes): CoreEM: “The Ottawa SAH Decision Instrument” Website
  • A decision rule for SAH? Does that actually work?

 

17. 🗞 (15 Minutes): CanadiEM: “What are the Risks of Reversing DOAC-Associated Intracranial Bleeding?” Website
  • Reversing coagulation in a bleed? Welcome to a rock and a hard place.

 

18. 🔊 (20 Minutes): ERCast: “The Subarachnoid Enigma” Website (No Longer available on iTunes)
  • A guide to the intricacies of working up subarachnoid hemorrhage.

 

19. 🗞 (20 Minutes): EMDocs: “Controversies in the Diagnosis of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage” Website
  • Who gets a headache cocktail and goes home? Get a CT? CTA? LP?

 

20. 🗞 (20 Minutes): EMDocs: “Controversies in the Diagnosis of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage” Website
  • There is so much subarachnoid this block. Know the literature backwards and forwards.

 

21. 🔊 (20 Minutes): EMRAP: “Subarachnoid, MRI, and the Case of the Vanishing LP” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • There is so much subarachnoid this block. Know the literature backwards and forwards.

 

22. 🔊 (20 Minutes): EMRAP: “Subarachnoid, Syncope, and Cardiac Arrest” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • The patient in cardiac arrest arrives, it’s probably primarily a heart problem, right? Not always…

 

23. 🔊 (20 Minutes): The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine “Platelet Transfusions for Intracerebral Hemorrhage (PATCH) – Don’t Do It” Website. and iTunes.
  • There’s a bleed, give ’em platelets! Makes sense, right? But does it actually do more harm than good?

 

24. 🗞 (20 Minutes): Down East Emergency Medicine: “How to Read an Emergent Head CT” Website
  • Practicing in the middle of nowhere and need to read that Head CT now?! Here’s what your looking for…

 

25. 🔊 (25 Minutes): FOAMCast: “Intracranial Hemorrhage” Website. and iTunes.
  • Core content for brain bleeds from the FOAMCast duo.

 

26. 🔊 (35 Minutes): EMCrit: “The Neurocritical Care Intubation” Website. and iTunes.
  • Be ready to intubate the critical neuro patient without making things worse.

 

27. 🔊 (40 Minutes): EM Sandbox: “Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Core Content” Website and iTunes.
  • What do you need to know about subarachnoid hemorrhage pathology, diagnosis, and management?

 

28: 📑 ( 40 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 166 “Spontaneous Subarachnoid and Intracerebral Hemorrhage ”. (8th Edition: Pages 1137-1141)

 

29. 🔊 (60 Minutes): The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine “It’s the Way that You Use It – Ottawa SAH Tool” Website. and iTunes.
  • A clinical tool for detecting subarachnoid hemorrhage? Is it any good? Dive into the literature with the SGEM and get a jump into how to analyze a paper as well!

 

30. 🔊 (100 Minutes): EMCases: “Emergency Management of Intracerebral Hemorrhage- The Golden Hour” Website. and iTunes.
  • What are all the variables and medications you need to have thought through in order to give your intracerebral bleed patient’s the best prognosis possible?

 

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In the Penumbra of Strokes

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31. 📽 (5 Minutes): Hippo EM: “Absolute Contraindications to Thrombolytic Administration” Website.
  • Have trouble remembering all those situations NOT to give tPA to stroke? HippoEM has a great video to help those contraindications stick.

 

32.📽 (10 Minutes): Anatomy for Emergency Medicine: “Posterior Communicating Artery” Website. and iTunes.
  • Posterior communicating artery? Is that actually important?

 

33.📽 (10 Minutes): Anatomy for Emergency Medicine: “Posterior Cerebral Artery” Website. and iTunes.
  • Homonymous Hemianopia  What is that again? What causes it?

 

34. 🔊 (10 Minutes): CoreEM: “Low-Dose tPA in Ischemic Stroke” Website and iTunes.
  • Get walked through a recent NEJM paper on low dose tPA for ischemic stroke.

 

35.📽 (10 Minutes): Anatomy for Emergency Medicine: “Vertebral Artery” Website. and iTunes.
  • What does vertebral artery dissection look like and why?

 

36. 🗞 (15 Minutes): CoreEM: “NINDs – tPA in Ischemic Stroke” Website
  • An engaging read that take a look at a classic, practice-changing paper.

 

37.📽 (15 Minutes): Anatomy for Emergency Medicine: “Anterior and Middle Cerebral Artery” Website. and iTunes.
  • ACA and MCA strokes? What is happening in the brain during these and what does your exam look like?

 

38.📽 (15 Minutes): Anatomy for Emergency Medicine: “Dural Venous Sinuses” Website. and iTunes.
  • Headache with vision changes? How can you know if there is a dural venous sinus thrombosis?

 

39.📽 (15 Minutes): Anatomy for Emergency Medicine: “The Internal Capsule” Website. and iTunes.
  • Lacunar infarct? Internal Capsule? What is happening with these strokes?

 

40. 🔊 (15 Minutes): EMRAP: “Blood Pressure Control in Acute Stroke” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • Don’t just walk away after resuscitating your stroke patient, watch that pressure!

 

41. 🗞 (20 Minutes): EMOttawa: “Under Pressure: Review of Management of Hypertension in Neurological Emergencies” Website
  • What studies are out there for blood pressure control in stroke patients? let the EM Ottawa team walk you through the literature and evidence.

 

42. 🗞 (20 Minutes): EMDocs: “Updates on TIA” Website
  • Transient Ischemic Attacks, how much workup do they need and how should you manage them?

 

43. 🔊 (20 Minutes): The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine “A Foggy Day – Endovascular Treatment for Acute Ischemic Stroke” Website. and iTunes.
  • A walk through a meta-analysis of thrombectomy for ischemic stroke.

 

44. 🔊 (20 Minutes): EMRAP: “Low NIH Stroke Patients” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • Is there a difference in how to manage patients with a low NIH?

 

45.📽 (30 Minutes): Anatomy for Emergency Medicine: “Critical Care Neuroanatomy by Andy Neill” Website. and iTunes.
  • Want a walkthrough of what you need to know in the ED for brain herniation from the perspective of neuroanatomy? Want it in a wonderful Irish accent? This video is for you!

 

46. 🔊 (35 Minutes): CrackCast: “Stroke” Website. and iTunes.
  • Rosen’s core content walk through with the Crack Cast team.

 

47. 🔊 (60 Minutes): Emergency Medicine Cases “Journal Jam: Thrombolysis and Endovascular Therapy for Stroke Part 2” Website. and iTunes.
  • In this 2nd part of the series, the EM Cases team talks about the literature for endovascular therapy.

 

48. 📽 (60 Minutes): EMCrit: “The tPA for Ischemic Stroke Debate” Website. and iTunes.
  • There’s been a bit of debate around tPA in stroke… watch a debate between the two sides of the issue here!

 

49. 🔊 (60 Minutes): EMRAP: “C3- TIA” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • TIA…. it’s like a stroke-light, right?

 

50. 🔊 (90 Minutes): Emergency Medicine Cases “Journal Jam: Thrombolysis and Endovascular Therapy for Stroke Part 1” Website. and iTunes.
  • What does the literature show about thrombolysis for stroke? Strong? Weak? Get ready for a deep dive with the EM Cases team in this two-part series.

 

51. 🔊 (120 Minutes): EMRAP: “C3- Stroke” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • Let the EMRAP team walk your through how to approach strokes with patient based cases.

 

52. 🔊 (120 Minutes): Emergency Medicine Cases “Transient Ischemic Attack” Website. and iTunes.
  • TIA, everything you every wanted to know about TIA’s.

 

53: 📑 ( 180 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 167 “Stroke Syndromes”. (8th Edition: Pages 1142-1155)

 

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AMS/Coma: Brain on Fire

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54. 🔊 (10 Minutes): Emergency Medicine Cases: “Drug Induced Aseptic Meningitis” Website. and iTunes.
  • Patient acting wacky, but doesn’t look like infection on your LP? What is happening??!

 

55. 🔊 (15 Minutes): Emergency Medicine Cases: “Best Case Ever: Anti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis” Website. and iTunes.
  • A diagnosis is out there that’s pretty rare and dangerous and may be easily mistaken for tox or psych, be ready for it!

 

 56. 🗞 (15 Minutes): Don’t Forget the Bubble: “Encephalitis: A Difficult Beast” Website
  • Little kids out of their minds!

 

57. 🔊 (25 Minutes): CrackCast: “Delirium and Dementia” Website. and iTunes.
  • Dive into Rosen’s chapter on delirium and dementia with the Crack Cast crew.

 

58. 🔊 (25 Minutes): EMCrit: “Coma with Eelco Wijdicks” Website. and iTunes.
  • The patient is comatose and the CT is normal? How do you approach and manage patients in a comatose state?

 

59. 🔊 (30 Minutes): EMBasic: “Altered Mental Status” Website. and iTunes.
  • EMBasic there for you with core content review.

 

60. 🔊 (35 Minutes): SMACC: “Life From Death: Our Role in Organ Donation and Death by Neurological Criteria” Website. and iTunes.
  • When can you say the patient is brain dead? What does the literature show? How does organ donation tie into those concepts?

 

61. 🔊 (50 Minutes): EMRAP: “C3- Altered Mental Status Part One” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • Your patient’s acting super out of it, what do you need to be thinking of and managing?

 

62. 🔊 (50 Minutes): EMRAP: “C3- Altered Mental Status Part Two” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • Your patient’s acting super out of it, what do you need to be thinking of and managing?…. Part 2!

 

63: 📑 ( 60 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 168 “Altered Mental Status and Coma”. (8th Edition: Pages 1156-1161)

 

64. 🔊 (90 Minutes): Emergency Medicine Cases “Killer Coma Cases – The Found Down Patient” Website. and iTunes.
  • The patient’s out cold and you don’t know why? Try this podcast for some helpful tips for approach.

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Vertigo and Ataxia: You Spin Me Right Round

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65. 🔊 (10 Minutes): Emergency Medicine Cases “Best Case Ever: Cauda Equina Syndrome” Website. and iTunes.
  • A case of a physician with a serious problem…

 

66. 🔊 (20 Minutes): FOAMCast: “Vertigo” Website. and iTunes.
  • Core content with the FOAMCast duo

 

67. 🗞 (20 Minutes): St. Emlyn’s: “Can I Safely Discharge Dizzy Patients from the ED?” Website
  • A great article on what you should be ready for in your dizzy patient.

 

68. 🔊 (20 Minutes): The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine “You Spin Me Right Round Baby Like Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo” Website. and iTunes.
  • Is that Epley maneuver worth the trouble?

 

69. 🗞 (20 Minutes): EMDocs: “Posterior Strokes and Dizziness: Pearls and Pitfalls” Website
  • Posterior strokes… the boogeyman of dizziness.

 

70. 🔊 (20 Minutes): EMRAP: “EMRAP Live – Oral Board Review Dizziness” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • Want an approach to work up dizziness? Want to see how to run an Oral Boards case so you don’t fail? EMRAP has you covered.

 

71. 🔊 (20 Minutes): EMRAP: “Posterior Circulation Stroke vs. No Big Deal” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • Posterior strokes are hard to catch, be ready for them!

 

72. 🔊 (25 Minutes): Taming the SRU: “Feeling ‘Dizzy'” Website. and iTunes.
  • Dizziness….so much dizziness out there…

 

73. 🔊 (30 Minutes): EMBasic: “Dizziness” Website. and iTunes.
  • Core content for the dizzy patient.

 

74: 📑 ( 40 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 169 “Ataxia and Gait Disturbances”. (8th Edition: Pages 1161-1164)

 

75. 🔊 (120 Minutes): EMRAP: “C3- Dizziness” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • A walk through dizziness with patient based cases that’ll keep your attention!

 

76: 📑 ( 80 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 170 “Vertigo”. (8th Edition: Pages 1164-1173)

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Seizure Procedure

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77. 🔊 (10 Minutes): Emergency Medicine Cases: “Non-convulsive Status Epilepticus” Website. and iTunes.
  • Some seizures are sneaky.

 

78. 🗞 (20 Minutes): EMDocs: “Seizures in the First Year of Life” Website
  • Little baby seizures? Oh no!

 

79. 🗞 (20 Minutes): EMLyceum: “Seizures: Answers” Website
  • Which anti-epileptics are out there and which one(s) should you choose?

 

80. 🔊 (25 Minutes): CrackCast: “Seizures” Website. and iTunes.
  • Rosen’s core content for the seizing patients.

 

81. 🔊 (25 Minutes): EMCrit: “Status Epilepticus with Tom Bleck” Website. and iTunes.
  • An interview with an expert on seizure control.

 

 82. 🔊 (25 Minutes): FOAMCast: “Seizures” Website. and iTunes.
  • Core content for you seizure patients from the FOAMCast duo.

 

83. 🔊 (30 Minutes): The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine “Therapeutic Hypothermia – What is it Good For?” Website. and iTunes.
  • Your patient is in status epilepticus? Would cooling them be of any use? Or a waste of time?

 

84. 🗞 (30 Minutes): PulmCrit: “Resuscitationist’s Guide to Status Epilepticus” Website
  • Critical care tips for the seizing patient.

 

85. 🔊 (40 Minutes): EMBasic: “Seizures” Website. and iTunes.
  • Core content from EMBasic for seizing patients.

 

86. 🗞 (40 Minutes): EMDocs: “Treatment of Seizures in the Emergency Department: Pearls and Pitfalls” Website
  • First time seizure? How much of a workup needs to be done? Can they go home?

 

87: 📑 ( 60 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 171 “Seizures”. (8th Edition: Pages 1173-1178)

 

88. 🔊 (70 Minutes): EMRAP: “C3- Seizures” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • A walk through seizure management with patient cases from the EMRAP team

 

89. 🔊 (90 Minutes): EMRAP: “C3- Seizures in Pediatric Patients” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • A walk through pediatric seizure management with patient cases from the EMRAP team

 

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Acute Peripheral Neuro: Crossed and Frayed Wires

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90. 🗞 (20 Minutes): EMDocs: “Bell’s Palsy: Pearls and Pitfalls in Evaluation and Management” Website
  • Bell’s the easiest dispo ever….. unless it isn’t Bell’s…

 

91. 🔊 (20 Minutes): FOAMCast: “The Spinal Cord” Website. and iTunes.
  • Core content review on the spinal cord for you.

 

92. 🔊 (20 Minutes): FOAMCast: “Neuromuscular Disorders” Website. and iTunes.
  • When the wires are crossed, do you know what to do?

 

93. 🔊 (25 Minutes): CrackCast: “Spinal Cord Disorders” Website. and iTunes.
  • Rosen’s core content for the spinal cord.

 

94. 🔊 (25 Minutes): CrackCast: “Neuromuscular Disorders” Website. and iTunes.
  •  More Rosen’s core content from the CrackCast Crew.

 

95. 🔊 (30 Minutes): CrackCast: “Peripheral Nerve Disorders” Website. and iTunes.
  •  More Rosen’s core content from the CrackCast Crew.

 

96.📽 (30 Minutes): Anatomy for Emergency Medicine: “The Spinal Cord”

 

97: 📑 ( 70 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 172 “Acute Peripheral Neurologic Disorders”. (8th Edition: Pages 1178-1185)

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Little Talks on Chronic Neuro Disorders

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98. 🗞 (20 Minutes): EMDocs: “Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: A Focused Emergency Medicine Review” Website
  • What do you need to know about ALS in the ED?

 

99. 🗞 (20 Minutes): EMDocs: “Parkinson’s Disease in the ED: A Potpourri of Hyperpyrexia, Dyskinesias, Psychosis, and Autonomic Dysfunction” Website
  • Parkinson’s isn’t something we see often, what do you need to know?

 

100. 🗞 (20 Minutes): PulmCrit: “Five Pearls for the Dyspneic Patient with Guillain-Barre Syndrome Or Myasthenia Gravis” Website
  • What should you be aware of in these potentially complicated patients who might need emergent intubation?

 

101. 🗞 (20 Minutes): EMDocs: “Multiple Sclerosis in the ED: Pearls and Pitfalls” Website
  • What puts multiple sclerosis on your radar in a patient? How much of a workup needs to be done in the ED?

 

102: 📑 ( 80 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 173 “Chronic Neurologic Disorders”. (8th Edition: Pages 1185-1192)

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CNS and Spine Infections: Going Boldly Where No Infection Has Gone Before

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103. 🗞 (10 Minutes): EMDocs: “Brain Abscess: pearls and Pitfalls” Website
  • Pus in the brain is probably no bueno….

 

104. 🗞 (10 Minutes): EMDocs: “A Case of Lower Extremity Weakness and a Recent Neck Wound” Website
  • What puts a patient at risk for spinal epidural abscess? How should you manage them?

 

105. 🗞 (15 Minutes): EMDocs: “Lumbar Puncture and the Anti-coagulated Patient” Website
  • When can you perform an LP in someone on anticoagulation? Ever? What complications are they at risk for?

 

 106. 🔊 (25 Minutes): CrackCast: “Brain and Cranial Nerve Disorders” Website. and iTunes.
  • Rosen’s core content from the CrackCast crew.

 

107. 🗞 (25 Minutes): PulmCrit: “Who Needs Empiric Coverage for HSV Encephalitis?” Website
  • Who does the literature show should get hit with acyclovir for their encephalitis presentation?

 

108. 🔊 (30 Minutes): FOAMCast: “Back Pain and Spinal Epidural Abscess” Website. and iTunes.
  • Pus in the spinal cord is….not great.

 

109. 🔊 (30 Minutes): FOAMCast: “Lumbar Puncture and Central Nervous System Infections” Website. and iTunes.
  • Core content for LP’s and CNS infections.

 

110. 🔊 (40 Minutes): CrackCast: “Central Nervous System Infections” Website. and iTunes.
  • When bugs get in really bad places to have bugs.

 

111: 📑 ( 80 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 174 “Central Nervous System and Spinal Infections”. (8th Edition: Pages 1192-1199)

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CNS Devices: Is There an App for That?

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112. 🗞 (10 Minutes): EveryDay EBM: “An Imperfect Science: Diagnosis of CSF Shunt Malfunction” Website
  • A CSF shunt? I’m sure that’ll never have a problem….

 

113. 🗞 (20 Minutes): EMDocs: “Complications of CSF Shunts: ED Presentations, Evaluation, and Management” Website
  • All the ways these little devices can go so very, very wrong and what you need to be ready for.

 

114: 📑 ( 60 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 175 “Central Nervous System Procedures and Devices”. (8th Edition: Pages 1199-1206)

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